Keystone Gorge Loop Trail

Telluride, Colorado



2.16 miles

Elevation Gain

463 ft

Route Type



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Keystone Gorge Loop Trail is a well-known hiking trail located in Telluride, Colorado. This 2.16-mile loop trail offers a moderate level of difficulty, making it suitable for hikers with some experience. The trail features an elevation gain of 463 feet, providing a challenging yet rewarding hike. The trail is known for its unique natural features. It winds along the San Miguel River, offering hikers the opportunity to see the river's rushing waters up close. The trail also passes through a dense forest of aspen and spruce trees, providing shade and a sense of solitude. One of the highlights of the trail is a suspension bridge that crosses the river, offering stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Hikers should also keep an eye out for the various rock formations along the trail, which add to the trail's scenic appeal. When hiking this trail, it's recommended to wear sturdy hiking boots due to the rocky terrain. Also, due to the trail's elevation gain, it's advisable to bring plenty of water. The trail is best hiked from June to October, when the weather is most favorable.
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